Today will be a fresher day with some sunny spells but frequent and heavy showers and the risk of thundery downpours in places. Top temperatures of 15 to 19 degrees in a moderate southerly breeze which will veer southwest to west later.
This evening showers will gradually die out and it will become mostly dry with good clear spells and light winds. However, towards morning cloud will increase from the southwest with rain pushing inland in a freshening southeasterly breeze. Lowest temperatures will fall to between 9 and 12 degrees.
During Monday morning rain will spread northeastwards turning heavy and persistent with the risk of thundery downpours in places. Southeasterly winds will be fresh and gusty and veer southerly later. Top temperatures of 16 to 18 degrees.
3 Day Outlook
General: Much fresher weather is expected and quite changeable too.
Sunday night: Dry early in the night with some clear spells. But a spell of windy and quite wet weather, will spread up across the southern half of the country later in the night. Lowest temperatures 7 to 11 C., coolest over Ulster.
Monday: Very wet for much of the day, with spells of heavy and possibly thundery rain. But somewhat drier weather may edge into Atlantic coastal areas of Munster and Connacht later in the afternoon. Fresh and gusty southeasterly winds will veer southerly in the second half of the day and ease a little. Top temperatures 16 to 19 C., best along the west coast.
Tuesday and Wednesday next, will be fresh, bright days, with a mixture of sunny spells and occasional showers, a few heavy. Winds will be moderate to fresh southwest to westerly and afternoon temperatures ranging just 15 to 19 C., which are a little below normal for July.
Thursday and Friday look like being milder days., with some dry, bright periods of weather, but latest charts also indicate occasional spells of rain.